Emory Professor: Whites Are Inherently Racist, Men Are Inherently Sexist

On October 17, Emory’s George Yancy, a philosophy professor whose areas of research include the “Critical Philosophy of Race” and “Critical Whiteness Studies” (naturally), lectured his white Emory peers on their “inherent racism” and the necessity of recognizing their “white privilege.”

Let a white professor research “Critical Blackness Studies” and see what happens.

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  • WalterBannon

    Emory’s George Yancy, a racist douche-bag

    • “Critical Whiteness Studies” or “math”, those are your choices of study.

      Progressives chose “Critical Whiteness Studies” .

      Conservatives chose math.

      That’s all you need to know.

    • Yo Mama
  • Ed

    Love the gratitude toward the race that gave his low IQ ass an affirmative action day job.

    • Will Quest

      Send that barking ingrate back to the cotton fields where he belongs …

      • J. C.

        We have machines for that now.

        Send him back to the jungle where he can be someone else’s problem (or dinner…). 😉

  • Barrington Minge

    Wanker!!

  • canminuteman

    If whites are inherently racist and men are inherently racist the way to deal with it is to accept it and go on with your life. Lions are inherently sexist and racist, we accept that and go on with our lives. This should be no different. Also if this is the case and you are non white, go and live somewhere in the nine tenths of the planet that are not historically white, you would likely find life more to your liking somewhere else.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Philosophy ‘research’? Isn’t that called ‘sitting in a chair, alone and thinking about stuff’?

    • jayme

      Pretty much – a great job if you can get it. I think my right big toe is marginally bigger than my left big toe … hmm, does that mean I put slightly more force down on my right foot? Or perhaps it’s the other way around. Or is it to do with the direction of the earth’s spin? Hmm – complicated. They better pay me well.

  • k1992

    Yup. And there are 32 human genders – or is that 42? – I never get that right ….